With the entire series of Seinfeld now streaming on Hulu, fans are likely to crave a real life Seinfeld experience. The show is often referred to as one of the best sitcoms of the 90’s, following the lives of Jerry Seinfeld and his neurotic and funny friends in New York City. Below are a few things available to Seinfeld fans.
All the Locations!
First, the New York Times created a Seinfeld Food Tour. On this tour you will, of course, find Tom’s Restaurant, the diner in which the four friends could usually be found over the course of the series. In reality Tom’s is a Greek-American restaurant and the scenes shot inside the diner were actually on a studio set in Los Angeles. However, it is worth visiting for the Seinfeld memorabilia and signed photos which can be found on the walls of Tom’s Restaurant.
No Soup For You
Next, don’t we all want that “Soup Nazi” experience? While the service isn’t quite as brutal as portrayed on the show, The Original Soup Man still offers amazing soup all over New York. The character of the Soup Nazi was based on Al Yeganeh. The website has page specifically dedicated to Al’s Rules in 12 different languages, the rules are as follows; Pick the soup you want! Have your money ready! Move to the extreme left after ordering! For those not in the New York area, soups from The Original Soup Man can also be found at a grocer near you.
See Where it All Began
Finally, through June 28th fans will be able to visit Hulu’s installation of the Seinfeld apartment in New York and even pose in a photo for George Costanza’s “sexy” photo-shoot. Rolling Stone magazine created this video of the Seinfeld installation experience.